With these steps done, we already have anchored the anchorage of the antenna to the wall of the house. Depending on the type of anchorage tube, we may need some other square to make sure the wind does not overcome the parabolic ... everything depends on how strong you want to leave it so you do not have to re-orient the antenna, which as We will see, it is a pain (requires a lot of patience and perseverance).
D-) Install the antenna in the tube fixed to the wall: With the antenna already mounted and the tube fixed to the wall, we can only take the antenna and insert it in the tube up until it stops. To do this we will take the antenna back to us and insert the part of the toothed catch plate at the end of the tube fixed until it stops.
Once this is done, check that the antenna falls down ... logically we will have to tighten the screws helping with the wrench until the antenna does not fall but leaving some freedom of lateral movement to it. We will not press hard because the antenna is not yet oriented.
3-orient the antenna
together with the tuning of the antenna, it is the most complicated step with the tutorial unlike anything because you have to know how to use a compass, to have enough pulse and patience. We will use as I say a compass to orient the antenna relatively to the corresponding satellite, which in our case will be ASTRA (19.2ºE). To do this we must know all the necessary parameters that we have talked about before "Locating the perfect place for installation", visiting the webs previously said obtained the parameters to orient an antenna towards the satellite ASTRA, which are: Azimut, Elevation And Polarization. Respectively their values are: 141.32º, 40.45º, -30.37º
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